LINDSAY-HAGUE Ollie < Back  
Sport Rugby Sevens, Rugby Union
CGA England   
Gender Men
Born 08 Oct 1990 in London, ENG
Height1.80 m
Human Interest
Further Personal Information
Residence London, ENG
Languages English
Sport Specific Information
Name of coach Tony Roques [national], GBR
Preferred position / style / stance / technique Back
International Debut
Year 2010
Competing for England
Tournament International Tournament
Location Hong Kong, China
General Interest
Nicknames The Swan (Twitter profile, 30 Sep 2020)
Hero / Idol New Zealand rugby union player Israel Dagg. (skysports.com, 08 Nov 2014)
Injuries He was ruled out of the 2020 Los Angeles and Vancouver Sevens tournaments due to injury. (englandrugby.com, 01 Apr 2020)
Awards and honours He was part of the team that won Great Britain's first Olympic rugby sevens medal, a silver at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (englandrugby.com, 01 Apr 2020; SportsDeskOnline, 08 Mar 2021)
Other sports He has played rugby union [15-a-side] for Harlequins, and made 39 appearances for the club in Premiership Rugby in England between 2011 and 2016. (englandrugby.com, 01 Apr 2020)
Ambitions To compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (richmondandtwickenhamtimes.co.uk, 01 Jun 2019)
Other information SEVENS DEBUT
He says his debut for the England sevens team in Hong Kong, China was an unforgettable moment. "It was a really good experience for me, I went to the Hong Kong Sevens and played in front of 45,000 people at the age of 19 and that is a great way to get into the bigger level, playing in front of big crowds and getting used to the pressure. It really helped me build my game and improve for when I came back to England and played with Harlequins." (skysports.com, 08 Nov 2014)